If you keep getting stuck here:

Where you can see the CXR icon, so you know CloudXR is running, and you launch the client side app in your Oculus and you can see the SteamVR environ so you know the Oculus headset itself is not malfunctioning.

Whenever I was starting…

A proximity sensor detects how far away your face is from the headset and that’s how the Oculus Quest can detect if it is on your head or not

When it is not on your head it goes into standby mode to save battery.

[1] Go to here:

C:\Program Files\Oculus\Support\oculus-diagnostics

Here’s the full error message:

(Filename: Library/PackageCache/com.unity.xr.openxr@1.0.3/Editor/OpenXRProjectValidationWindow.cs Line: 235)

DisplayProgressNotification: Build Failed
Error building Player: 3 errors

The only standalone target supported is Windows x64 with OpenXR. Other architectures and operating systems are not supported at this time.

Double click to fix OpenXR Project Validation Issues.

BuildFailedException: OpenXR Build Failed.

Error building Player: 3 errors


If you’re reading this, you’re either a user who saw this, and just wants to run your program, or you’re a programmer and your users are seeing this warning and you need to sign your installer so they won’t see this anymore.

For Users Who Just Want to Use Their Program

Just hit the run anyway button. If you…

Go to https://www.jenkins.io/doc/book/installing/windows/


Minimum hardware requirements:

  • 256 MB of RAM
  • 1 GB of drive space (although 10 GB is a recommended minimum if running Jenkins as a Docker container)

Recommended hardware configuration for a small team:

  • 4 GB+ of RAM
  • 50 GB+ of drive space

Okay guys listen up, when…

Go here to get the Docker Install for Windows Desktop

System requirements

Your Windows machine must meet the following requirements to successfully install Docker Desktop.

WSL 2 backend

Windows 10 64-bit: Home or Pro 2004 (build 19041) or higher, or Enterprise or Education 1909 (build 18363) or higher.

Type winver in the Windows search


Connect your Quest 2 to your Windows machine and navigate to This PC->Quest

Create a file called CloudXRLaunchOptions.txt

In that file put this:

-s ***.***.*.*** -v -t -tle -p -tqs

But replace the stars with the IP address of the Windows machine you will be using as your Windows server.

Photo by Tadas Sar on Unsplash

Note: I am used to creating my own installers using various frameworks such as QTIFW and BitRock InstallBuilder. The Windows store packaging process has much more restrictions that are Windows specific than these other installer types and after really digging into this installer type, I can see why going this…

Ashley Tharp

XR Developer at HookBang

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